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Indigenous Justice

True Cases by Judges, Lawyers, and Law Enforcement Officers

edited by Lorene Shyba & Raymond Yakeleya
by (author) Hon Nancy Morrison, Hon John Reilly, John L. Hill, Doug Heckbert, Hon Kim Pate, Hon John Z. Vertes, Ernie Louttit, Sharon Bourque, Jennifer Briscoe, Hon Thomas Berger, Eleanore Sunchild KC, Brian Beresh KC, Joseph Saulnier, Catherine Dunn & Val Hoglund

No More Harveys

by (author) Chantal Bilodeau

Truth Telling

Seven Conversations about Indigenous Life in Canada

by (author) Michelle Good

Research across Borders

An Introduction to Interdisciplinary, Cross-Cultural Methodology

by (author) Christina Clark-Kazak

Rescuing Humanity

Transcending the Limits of Mathematics, Science, and Technology

by (author) Willem H. Vanderburg

Fear of a Black Nation

Race, Sex, and Security in Sixties Montreal

by (author) David Austin

Art + DIY Electronics

by (author) Garnet Hertz

Embodied Activism

Engaging the Body to Cultivate Liberation, Justice, and Authentic Connection--A Practical Guide for Transformative Social Change

by (author) Rae Johnson
foreword by Bayo Akomolafe

Under Pressure

Diamond Mining and Everyday Life in Northern Canada

by (author) Lindsay A. Bell

Violence, Imagination, and Resistance

Socio-legal Interrogations of Power

edited by Mariful Alam, Patrick Dwyer & Katrin Roots

Fat Studies in Canada

(Re)Mapping the Field

edited by Allison Taylor, Kelsey Ioannoni & Ramanpreet Bahra

Don’t Call It Hair Metal

Art in the Excess of ’80s Rock

by (author) Sean Kelly

Seeking a Research-Ethics Covenant in the Social Sciences

by (author) Will C. van den Hoonaard

Called Upstairs

Moravian Inuit Music in Labrador

by (author) Tom Gordon

Dispatches from Disabled Country

by (author) Catherine Frazee
edited by Christine Kelly & Michael Orsini

Toronto as Community

Fifty Years of Photographs

by (photographer) Vincenzo Pietropaolo


How Words Shape Our World

by (author) J. Edward Chamberlin

Who Gets In

An Immigration Story

by (author) Norman Ravvin

The Trauma Beat

A Case for Re-Thinking the Business of Bad News

by (author) Tamara Cherry

Crip Up the Kitchen

Tools, Tips and Recipes for the Disabled Cook

by (author) Jules Sherred

Biphobia: Deal With It

and be more than a bystander

by (author) Gordon Nore
illustrated by Kate Phillips

The New Masculinity

A Roadmap for a 21st-Century Definition of Manhood

by (author) Alex Manley

On Class

by (author) Deborah Dundas

This Place Is Who We Are

Stories of Indigenous Leadership, Resilience, and Connection to Homelands

by (author) Katherine Palmer Gordon
foreword by Dallas Smith

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